I fell in love with horses all over again this week. Yes, it was a pretty short fall and yes, it does happen every week. And no, it never gets old. Does my enthusiasm make me seem less professional? It has been also been one of those weeks when most of my clients are having … Read more
WordPress prompted for a sunset photo, but I have been posting so many sunsets lately. Still, a view of Pikes Peak never gets old. Especially improved with Edgar Rice Burro’s ears. Anna, Infinity Farm.
There was a small gaggle of ducks to begin with. The girls laid tasty eggs, usually dropped at a run without looking back. They were non-flyers, but fun to watch in their pool. I didn’t take them very seriously at first. One of the ducks had a deformed beak that curved to one side. I named him Duck Cheney. … Read more
A sure sign of Fall. Five o’clock pony shadow. Anna, Infinity Farm.
I am hooked on the writings of classical trainers. It isn’t that I am an elitist; they use an inspiring word that I like and don’t hear so much these days: ART. “Theory instructs us that we should work from a foundation of sound principles, and these principles, rather than going against nature, must serve to perfect … Read more
Half-Horse/Half-Human Anna, Infinity Farm.
The equestrian world can seem kind of bi-polar. Some of us ride like headless (brainless) horsemen with little consciousness for our horse or surroundings. Some of us are such control freaks that we slow every walk stride and micro-manage our horse’s nose into being afraid to take a breath. Most of us are working towards … Read more
A complete, whole life- with a richly textured balance of intellect and heart. Anna, Infinity Farm.
The calendar changed and so did the weather. These first September days have been undeniably Fall- shorter, crisper and with a bit more oxygen in the air. The moon rules the prairie and this weekend is the Harvest Moon, the full moon nearest the autumnal equinox. I won’t say the word- but tick, tick, tick. … Read more
‘PATH’ Really, who knew the WordPress folks were Equinophiles? Anna, Infinity Farm